Lydia Tsiouva captures simple moments of beauty in everyday life
I am constantly looking for that decisive moment.
“Scotland is a visually rich repository of endless possibility.” – Damian Shields
Her captivating pictorial promotions champion small publishers and little known authors, and shine some light amidst contemporary gloom. Patrick Small meets writer Amy Long to discuss literary solidarity, genius cover design and why it had to be Taylor
Daniel White fuses photography and digital techniques to explore the lives of our forests
Chris Dooks has created a hypnotic fusion of sonic art and photography
Artist Tet Speirs photographs sunsets through glass to stunning effect.
Ayla Douglas on the captivating chaos of the hipster Wendy-verse
A new collection of photographs by Ruth Orkin celebrates one of the most perceptive chroniclers of the post war era
Photographer Yaz Norris explores the world of light and shadow.
Janeanne Gilchrist journeys into the deep with ethereal, otherworldly images captured beneath the waves
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Glasgow-based artist and filmmaker Rachel Nolan uses photography to abstract the mundane.
Megan Kennedy’s immersive drawings capture the hypnotic power of nature
A protest group use visual satire to call out the double speak of a major global oil corporation and the celebrities who endorse them
Jade Starmore, a photographer and textile designer from the Hebrides, creates wearable art inspired by the Scottish landscape
Artist Sekai Machache explores ideas of identity and self.
Jannica Honey met strippers on their way to and from work in their dressing room
Jola Sopek’s intimate portraits of everyday life elevate the banal into something beautiful and infinite
Artist Lucie Rachel discusses identity, intimacy, respect and the creation of her remarkable work detailing the arc of her parents’ relationship
As the late and much-loved Katy Dove’s work is celebrated in a major exhibition, Neil Cooper talks to Graham Domke and Anne Marie Copestake about this most playful and visionary of artists
Rory Cavanagh goes behind the scenes at one of the new Wonders of the World
Documentary photographer Mariusz Bogacki explores the role of women in the Yunnan province of China
Photographer Keith Brame journeys across the Scottish Highlands and Islands documenting the stark beauty of the landscape and its inhabitants
Mark Osborne uses lighting techniques to create abstract images that explore space and form
Artist Calum Colvin on creative invention, what to say to painters when they pick on you, and how to glue a tortoise to an ironing board
Gregor Schmatz takes us on a road trip through Sweden’s love affair with the American car
Photographer Jane Flynn provides a fascinating insight into the lives of the Mennonites of Southern Illinois
Artist Philip Braham discusses his photographic series which recalls an old master and looks at where photography as a medium is heading
Elena Kollatou explores the social and environmental impact of large scale coal mining across Europe.
Photographer Christina Kernohan travelled to Mongolia and discovered a land of wild beauty and stark contrasts
Daniel White constructs sculptures in the landscape to cast light on the dark practice of night hawking
Photographer Robyn Braham looks back over her time in a Canadian mountain town.
Thirty years on from the miners’ strike, photographer James Parker documents Yorkshire’s last remaining coal mines
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert documents the old tradition of the Common Riding festivals in the Scottish Borders.
Photographer Jack Luke records the way in which bings, once little more than a dumping ground for industry, have been reclaimed by nature and the community.
A powerful insight into the lives of women engaged in conflict, organised by Beyond Borders Scotland.
A strangely beguiling collection by kennardphillipps, aka London artists Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps.
In the ‘Edgelands’ project, photographer and illustrator James Sinfield explores the hinterland between urban areas and the ‘proper’ countryside.
“My work is narrative and biographical, exploring the world of small Angus towns and the fields of high grass and weeds that surround them. This is where I grew up and where I return to time and time again to resurrect or remodel lost moments.” – Kevin Low
Kirsty Whiten has been making distinctive warped paintings and drawings for ten years, earning her a year’s residency in Paris, and exhibitions from Den Haag to Melbourne. Her monkey relics and other twisted drawings have appeared in magazines and on blogs around the world.
Emilie Anderson is a Glasgow-based artist
Eileen Budd is an an artist, scuba diver and surfer based in Edinburgh.
Bryan M Ferguson is a photographer and filmmaker based in Glasgow.